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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiiwtoy, ZO, WO IHI irTHMIDOl HEWID 7 RALPH HOUK Ralph Houk, who led York Yankees out of five years of baseball oblivion thb season, hai been named American League manager of 'the Manager Of The Year Honors To Houk NEW YORK {AP) Ralph Houk, who led New York Yan- kees out of five years of base- ball oblivion this season, was named American League Mana- ger of. the Year Monday by The Associated Press. Houk received1118 votes from U.S. sports writers and broad- casters. Earl Weaver who guided Baltimore Orioles to a Sparkes Takes Over Coast Rink VANCOUVER new rinks will participate in the 1970 Evergreen Tournament of Curling Champions the big- gest cash tournament in the west nere Oct. 30 to Nov. 2. The official 32 rink entry list announced today by tourna- ment chairman Barry Naimark disclosed new entries, skipped "by Merv Mann of Saskatoon, Wayne McElroy of Edmonton, Ivan Carlyle of Smithers, B.C., Gary Cameron of Kamloops, More Hill of Victoria, Al la Chance of Kamloops, George Fink of Calgary, Frank Beutle of Penticton, Bernie Sparkes of Vancouver, Rod Carmichael of Fernie, Ron Hungle of Faro, Y.T., and Don MacRae of Na- naimo. Sparkes is the former second man for world champion Ron Northcott of Calgary. He now lives here and has taken over the rink of the Vancouver club's best known skip, Lyall Dagg. Defending tournament cham- pions Keith Dagg of Victoria and Glen Pierce of Burnaby are entered again, and so is North- cott, who has made it to the final of all three tournaments of the past. Total prize money Is with going to the winning rink. INVITED TO COMPETE LAUREL, Md. (AP) Lpren- zaccio, the colt who beat Nijin- sky at Newmarket, England, last Saturday, has been invited to compete in the Washington, B.C., Internation at Laurel Nov. 11. World Series triumph over (to cinnatt Reds, drew 13. Balloting was based on the regular reason. Bill RIgney, whose West Divi- sion champion Minnesota Twins were swept .by Baltimore in tits pennant playoffs, was third with 59 and Lefty Phillips of the West's runnerup California An- gels was fourth with 32. Ted Williams of Washington Senators, who won the honor last year, received two votes. Houk, who guide! the Yan- kees to three pennants and two World Series from 1961-63, was recalled early in the 1966 sea- son, after two years as general manager to rebuild a crumbled empire. The team finished 10th and last that year. This year the Yankees fin- ished second 24 games oysr .500, although 15 games behind Baltimore. Junior Hockey Action At Arena Tonight Kings And Cougars Gunning For Share Of Lead Calgary Mount Royal Cougars and Lethbridge Sugar Kings have one important thing in common. Both clubs will be gunning for a share of first place when they collide tonight at the Are- na at in the Alberta Jun- ior Hockey League. Over the weekend the Sugar Kings garnered three out of a possible four points while the Cougars split a pair of games, leaviJig the two teams tied for second place with 10 points. That's two back of the front- running Red Deer Rustlers who tied the Kings Saturday and topped the Cougars Sunday. Tonight's meeting is the sec- ond of the season between the two clubs in league play. Cou- gars grabbed the initial verdict by a one goal margin in Cal- gary, but the Kings have other ideas tonight in their quest for !a share of top spot. Kings have so far played sev- en games, sporting four wins, two ties and the lone kiss to Boston Star Esposito Off To Sizzling Start MONTREAL (CP) -Centre Phil Esposito of Boston Bruins, who two seasons ago set the existing record for points in a National Hockey League season with 126, today is the league's individual scoring leader follow- ing a nine-point splurge in two of his club's games last week. He now has a total of 10 five goals and five as- sists, as the Bruins remain un- defeated after four games. Esposito's career total stands at 493 points, including 206 goals and 287 assists in 463 regular- season games. This is an aver- age of 1.065 points a game, and makes him a likely candidate as the next NHL player to reach the 500-point plateau. Of the four players who have scored more than only four have an average of .more than one point per game Mikita of Chicago Black Hawks, 1.108; Bobby Hull, Chi- cago, 1.095; Jean Beliveau, Montreal Canadians, 1.083; and Gordie Howe, Detroit Red Wings, 1.082. LEADS BY TWO Esposito, who last season fin- ished second in the scoring race with 99 points, including a league-leading 43 goals, 21 fewer than scoring champion and .team-mate Bobby Ort, holds a two-point lead over four players in the early going this Boston's right wingers Ken Hodge and John McKenzie, Beli- veau and Chicago's Pit Martin are the foursome. Martin and Beliveau share the lead in as- sists with seven each. Red Berenson of St. Louis Blues and Yvan Cournoyer of Montreal are goal-scoring lead- Leaders j Bowling) Highs CLENDALE BOWL SHOPPERS WORLD Bes Salmon 263 Dena Smith 345 Laura peak 298 Jean Passey Leah Gerla 2i3 Sandy Scattergood Mary Morcom 255; Betty Paterson 267; Dot Eorenson HO; Elfreda Weins 290; KIMURA'S MIXED Ruth Johnson 261 Willis Wes- tergreen 301 Sandy Oakes 258; Joyce Kreutz 262; Linda Graham 231; Wayne Graham 245; Verent McGhie 219; Randy Larve 216; Flo Wilson 233; Jim Roth 221; Ann Pearson Ed Slanko 225. SOUTH-ALTA PRODUCE Dieter Bechtold 292 Sandy Scattergood 276 John Scatter- gond Jr. 279 (7001; Bev Clark 235; Marg Roth 236; Ed Carpenter 243; Layne Baceda 228; Gerry Hatkle 231; Ben Pavan 231; Dot Olshaskl 141: Fred Thomson 264. CAPRI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Henry ,Brown 286; Nick Bianchl 218; Henry' Bechthoid 218 Bill Jensen 238; Jack Nunwcller 220; Evan Evans 219; Frank Bernhart 213; Hugo Miller 212; Emil Collin 192. ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL Ed Gllchrlst 292; Joe Meszaros 241; Roy Pennlngton 239; Dorothy Mathe- son 226; Beryl Smith 274; Tony Mikula 232. PRE-BUILT SOCIAL Brad Elder 271; Wally 221; Terry Hegaard 260; Mary Arakl 203; Ted Mclntyre 258 Jan Howes 222; Chuck Loot 221. .HEPP'S INDUSTRIES Jack Tiffin 244; Ken Malcomson 57S Linda Malcomson 256; Suzan McDonald 2J4 Bob Fenton 255; Eleanor Fenton 2fl2 Norma Adams 226; Helen Mlkuia 266; Jackie Ballnt 232; Louis Zezulka 249; Randy Wolstoncroft 248 Allan Seeman Esposifo, Bos Hodge, Bos McKenzie, Bos..... Beliveau, Mil Martin, Chi Bererison StL..... Cournoyer, Mtl cashman, Bos Bordeleau, StL Makl, Van B. Hull, Chi...... Sabourln, StL..... Hall, Van Boudrias, Van Kelly, Phil Bucyk, Bos Kurtenbach, V..... Berry, LA........ Kcon, Tor Orr, Bos Ullman, Tor Campbell, Chi Clarke, Phil Maleney, Chi Plnder, Chi Howe Det....... R. Smith, Bos..... Cullen, Van croteau, Cal Jarrett, Chi 0 A Pli Pirn 5 5 10 .3582 2 6 S 4 .1780 .1780 i 1 7 0 1 7 4 3478 2578 2574 3360 3 3 6 4 3310 2460 6 6 2 5 2 3 5 2 5 0 5 2 5 0 0 235 235 33 5 235 235 145 1 4 S 055 H 5 S Boxing Features Doublekeader NEW YORK (AP) A tele- vised heavyweight boxing dou- bleheader, featuring the cham- pionship match between Joe Frazisr and Bob Foster, was an- nounced Monday by Harry Markson, director of boxing for Madison Square Garden. Frazier will defend his title against light-heavyweight champ Foster in Detroit Nov. 18. On the same night, the Gar- den will feature a heavyweight bout between two top contend- ers, unbeaten George Foreman and Boone Kirkman. The fights will be shown on closed-circuit at the arenas in Detroit and New York and in theatres throughtout the United States, Canada, Mexico and South America. EXHIBITION HOCKEY Taber Palace Chefs vs. Lethbridge Sugar Kings Wed., Oct. 21st, p.m, TABER CIVIC CENTRE ADMISSION: Adults 51 Students 5fjg ers with sk each, four of Cour- noyer's being scored on power plays. Goalie Ed Giacomin of New York Hangers, who started wearing a face mask for the first time this season, leads league goaltenders with two shutouts and has a sparkling 0.66 goals-against average. Giacomin has allowed only two goals in three games, ex- cluding one empty-net goal scored against Rangers with the goalie on the bench in favor of an extra attacker. ANDY CAPP lalgary. Rustlers are unbeaten n seven games, winning five and tying two, while the Cou- gars have dropped only one ver- dict in six starts. Even at this early date, It's developing into a humdinger of a duel for the lead. Sugar King manager S y d Jail feels the league should en- oy a bannec season, one rea- an being that he doesn't (eel here's a club capable of run- ning away from the pack. "From what I've seen it's go- ng to be a good said .he Sugar King Chief. "Bed jeer has another good club, a good all round club with plenty >f experience. They're going to be tough." He feels the addition of the Cougars, representing Mount Soyal College, was a major step n the right direction. Coached by former National >ague star Bert Olmstead, the Cougars have replaced Calgary Cowboys and they're off to an excellent start. "They're a good said Hall. "They're well coached and having'a contender in Cal- ;ary can do nothing but good 'or the league. You might even call it a bonus." And Hall, also thinks Edmon- on Maple Leafs will be heard Tom. "They're a young he said, "and they had little pre season ice time. They'll come on and they'll be tough." As far as Edmonton Movers and Ponoka Stampeders are concerned time, he thinks, will tell. Kings, who head for Ponoka and Red Deer this weekend, are in good shape for tonight's ;ame. They escaped injury in Sheir two jousts. Kings will see exhibition ac- Sion Wednesday night in Taber at the Civic Centre when they meet Taber Palace Chefs at Coffey N'ears Passing Mark TORONTO (CP) Tommy Joe Coffey, Hamilton Tiger- Cats' man of many records, is within 61 yards of Hal Patter- son's career mark of yards gained pass receiving. Statistics issued Monday by the Canadian Football League show that Coffey already holds the record for most passes Gamble Signed By Rougkriders REGINA (CP) Fullback R.. C. Gamble, who played three games for Edmonton Eskimos, has been signed to a five-day trial with Saskatchewan Rough- riders, The Western Football Conference announced. Gamble, formerly of Boston Patriots in the national football league, will be used as a back- up to Steve Molnar. Gamble was cut by the Eskimos when they added Jim Mankins, for- merly of Ottawa Rough Riders, to their roster. Molnar is replacing veteran fullback George Reed who has been placed on the 30-day in- jured reserved list with a frac- tured leg. Kaiuai Chiefs Practise Tonight The Kainai Chiefs, an entry in the Foothills Hockey League, will stage their first practice Tuesday and Thursday of this week. Practices are scheduled for 8 p.m. in the Kainai Arena. All persons interested are wel- come to attend, but will have to supply their own equipment. caught with 591 and is Uie all- time scoring leader with 826 points. He needs only eight more points in Ins two remaining games to pass the 100-poinl mark for the fourth time in his four seasons with Hamilton. Larry Robinson of Calgary Stampeders has tied Don Suth- erin's career record for mosl field goals with 114 and is one behind the 270 converts set by Sulherin. Jim Sillye of Calgary can set a single'season record for most punts retarned by fielding four more in his two remaining games. He has 109 so far this record of 112 was set by team-mate Rudy Lmter- man in 1968. Joe Hernandez of Edmonton Eskimos has moved into third place in career kickoff returns, behind Leo Lewis .and Harvey Wylie and is the leader among active pltyers. In six seasons, Hernandez has run back 110 kickoffs for yards for an average of 29.9 yards per run. He has yet to score his first touchdown off a kickoff runback. Coffey, H Jonas, T MacMlllan, 0 Oldham, o Fleming, H Duncan, M Symons, T Evanshen, M Thorpe, T Buchanan, H Wesle Abendschan, S Culler, E Gerela, B.C. Robinson, C Harrison, C Evenson B.C. Houmard, W Swarn, t Young, B.C. Cranmer, C McKinnls, C i Conference TD C FO S P 12 7 92 13 12 21 1 20 11 REGULAR AND KINGS Broken Wrist For Namath NEW YORK (AP) Quarter- back Joe Namath of New York Jets suffered a broken bone in his right wrist during Sunday's loss to Baltimore Colts, z-rays showed1 Monday. Namath, who throws with his right hand, was expected to have the hand put in a cast after the swelling goes down. A team spokesman said he proba- bly would miss Sunday's game against Buffalo. The x-rays showed fracture of the small bone at the base of the thumb. Namath suffered it five plays from the end of the 29-22 loss when he threw an in- complete pass and twisted while falling to the ground. Namath remained In the game and wound up throwing 62 passes, a dub record, with 34 completions, another record. However the shaggy-haired quarterback was intercepted six times. THE OPENER Rolled down socks and flopping hair, Pistol Pete Maravich opened hii pro basketball career with Atlanta Hawks against Boston Celtics. Mara- vich, who holds the all-time college, scoring record, is shown, right, being guarded by Jo Jo White. Minor Football Crown On Line Wednesday Night After the 1970 Minor Football League season had concluded the Eskimos and the Stamped- ers still remained tied for first place with both clubs finishing with a 5-1 record. The Eskimos coached by Scott Whitelaw and Jim Valen- tine and the Stampeders han- dled by George and Danny S'an- toni met only twice this year with both clubs picking up i victory.' In their first encounter the Eskimos picked up a 20-12 ver- dict while the Stampeders edg- ed the Eskimos 9-7 in their sec- ond encounter. These two dubs will tangle in the Championship game which will be staged Wednesday eve- ning at p.m. at the Hen- derson Ball Park. FOR SALE EXECUTIVE DRIVEN LEASE CARS Low Mileaga Excellent Condition 1967 Dodge Poiarn 500 4 Door Sedan 1968 Dodge Polara 500 4 Door Sedan 1968 Dodge Polara 500 4 Door Sedan 1968 Dodge Monaco 4 Door Sedan 1969 Dodge Monaco 2 Door Hardtop call ROY MclNTOSH 327-1566 or 327-0643 after 6 p.m. Alberta's Great Moments Starring the famous players r5 from your lovable tfithbridge label FSOMETHW. I TOCROW j 1902 Cup Winners They're a great team, that crazy cast of characters from the Lethbridga label even If they've got a puckish sense of humour about Alberta's history. But behind that label Is a great tradition lhat doesn't change: the big league flavour of Lethbridge Pilsner. It's part of our pioneering past. As rugged as village Jiockey way back when. And famous for good old-fashioned flavour for nearly half a cenlury. So call for Lethbridge Pil, Enjoy your own Great Moments with. Alberta's origins! Pilsner. IIWITMN nU UK TMTK i RUN IW UOUU OF ;